Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl Writing Styles in Beautiful Creatures

Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
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Point of View

"Beautiful Creatures" is written in first person from the perspective of Ethan Wate, a teenager living in Gatlin, South Carolina. Ethan believes he knows his town completely until he meets a newcomer, Lena Ravenwood. Ethan tells how he dreamed of Lena long before they actually met and the effect of those dreams. He talks about his feelings, his fears, and his love for Amma and friendship with Link. He also talks about the hurt from losing his mother and having his father withdraw completely from reality. The perspective remains constant until the moment of Ethan's death. Moments after Ethan is stabbed, the perspective switches to Lena as she resurrects Ethan. Soon after Ethan's recovery, the perspective returns to Ethan. The perspective is greatly limited by the use of first person but this serves to keep mysteries alive in the minds of the readers until the author...

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